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Everything you need to make delicious baked goods at home!
Included in White Gift Box: 2 oz Bag Royal Mahogany Cocoa Powder, 4 oz Bottle French Vanilla Flavoring, 1.5 oz Jar Saigon Cinnamon Powder, 1 oz Bag Ground Ginger Root, 1 oz Bag Vanilla Bean Sugar, 1 oz Bag Ground Nutmeg
Royal Mahogany Cocoa Powder- With its deep color and rich layers of aromas, this high-fat Royal Mahogany Cocoa Powder is ideal for sophisticated ice creams, dark chocolate cakes, and steamy holiday beverages. (Fat Content 22-24%)
French Vanilla Flavoring - Add some sweet, creamy goodness to your desserts with this delicious French Vanilla Flavoring. Use anywhere you would normally use vanilla extract for a sweeter vanilla flavor. Perfect for candy, baking, smoothies and of course ice cream!
Ingredients: Madagascar Vanilla Beans, Water, Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Natural Flavors
Saigon Cinnamon Powder - Saigon Cinnamon is used primarily for its aromatic bark, which is quite similar to that of Cassia Cinnamon but with a more pronounced, complex aroma. Saigon cinnamon has 1-5% essential oils and is sweeter than Cassia Cinnamon. Because of this, many consider this the best cinnamon.
Ground Ginger Root - Ginger is the dried knobby shaped root of the perennial herb Zingiber officinale. It adds heat with floral and citrus notes. Ginger is used in Indian curries, and in Chinese, Caribbean, Japanese, and European spice blends. Ground Ginger Root is delicious in baked goods such as cookies, cakes and holidays pies!
Vanilla Bean Sugar - Great on chocolate brownies, cinnamon rolls, or coffee cake. Try on a bowl of sliced banana and fruit. Sprinkle on a pork chop before tossing it on the grill. Sweeten a hot cup of coffee or rim a glass of Kahlua. Use with butter to candy walnuts.
Ingredients: Sugar, Vanilla Bean
Ground Nutmeg - Nutmeg is the seed of the fruit which grows on the tree Myristica Fragans. The oval-shaped seeds have a sweet, spicy flavor. Commonly used in sweet and savory foods, Nutmeg blends well with other spices. It is found in the cuisines of Italy, the Caribbean, France, India, Germany, Scandinavia, Greece, Latin America and the Middle East.